Deadcellzones.com is a "Consumer Generated Coverage Map™" of outdoor and indoor cell phone reception problem locations for AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile and other smaller carriers. The map is dedicated to identifying buildings, homes, parks, resorts, stadiums, hospitals and public places where cellular phone calls are frequently dropped or where a cell phone signal is not available. It is our mission to become the voice of 240 million US wireless customers and identify all relevant dead zones, dropped calls, network congestion areas.
About Deadcellzones.com & our blog DeadZones.com:
Managing Editor: Jeff Cohn
Our research has determined that cell phone consumers are frustrated when they consistently experience areas with poor cellular coverage in their home, office or car. We estimate the 50% of US homes do no have seamless wireless coverage throughout them and may require in-building solutions to fix the problem. The cellular networks have grown significantly in the past few years and voice coverage has improved but data service in many areas of the U.S. continues to be inconsistent at best. Some carriers have started to provide their own coverage maps that drill down to the street level of how well their service works in theory. However, carriers do not provide their customers with an easy and simple way to submit network problems and gaps that are inconsistent with their maps. Its not uncommon to hear customers spending 30 minutes on the phone with customer service to report coverage problems and that is just unacceptable to us.
The Deadcellzones.com map database was founded in 2001 and has become a central platform for objectively sharing notorious dead zone locations. It is our mission to report coverage complaints efficiently to wireless carriers and mobile retailers through our mapping API. We believe seamless cellular coverage can be achieved if carriers stop hyping their national coverage maps in commercials and simply focus locally at providing better coverage at the neighborhood level. Our map has a searchable map database of over 100,000+ cell phone complaints submitted from customers and receives hundreds of new complaints each day.